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What is Monkshood poisoning?

What is Monkshood poisoning?

  • Monkshood poisoning: Monkshood is a poisonous plant with distinctive flowers. The perennial plant is native to Europe but is also grown in parts of the US and is sometimes used as a medicinal herb.

Monkshood poisoning: Introduction

Types of Monkshood poisoning:

Broader types of Monkshood poisoning:

How serious is Monkshood poisoning?

Prognosis of Monkshood poisoning: Severity of symptoms vary depending on the amount of plant material consumed and the body size of the person. Children tend to suffer more severe symptoms due to their smaller body size.
Complications of Monkshood poisoning: see complications of Monkshood poisoning

What causes Monkshood poisoning?

Causes of Monkshood poisoning: see causes of Monkshood poisoning

What are the symptoms of Monkshood poisoning?

Symptoms of Monkshood poisoning: see symptoms of Monkshood poisoning

Complications of Monkshood poisoning: see complications of Monkshood poisoning

Onset of Monkshood poisoning: 5 minutes - 5 hours; usually 10-20 minutes

Monkshood poisoning: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Monkshood poisoning.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Monkshood poisoning: Toxicologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Monkshood poisoning.
Treatments for Monkshood poisoning: see treatments for Monkshood poisoning

Name and Aliases of Monkshood poisoning

Main name of condition: Monkshood poisoning

Other names or spellings for Monkshood poisoning:

Plant poisoning [Monkshood], Aconitum columbiana poisoning, Wolfsbane poisoning, Aconite poisoning


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